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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, TOT UTWtlDCE HWMD 59 MAIE FEMALE HELP WANTED DISHWASHSRS WANTED DAY Apply ftv. HoW, El Runt ho Motor No Retllor can In Real Ealatr you but can glva 70 GARDENING MANURE. HO DELIVERY CHARGE. IH M8-MS5. C41I1-J7 74 LOANS INVESTMENTS plJBLIC NOTICES TO BUY MCLEAN'S TREE SURG6RY FREE Pruntng, Irlmmlns and fjl1 Ing. Call 7090-H hotieil to your qwjllonl BLOCK BROS. CAREERS IN REAL ESTATE BLOCK BROS. NATIONAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE LTD. For Interview call FranV Tlnorol at 3U-KM4 or 3H-M7J ROTOTILLINO OENERAL_OAR- den can. Call CMIl, sfrer 4 p.m. TREES AND MOVINS AvalUbla now Btw Spruce. and Graen up 10 U tt. tall. Our specially moving tram- planllng of larger Ireei. 32M173, aflw LACOMBE NURSERIES COAL- Phwii Open Monday and Friday ur.111 p.m. Closed Wednndavt and Sundays, vallBble now Evergreen trees t-nd irubs. AU plants guranteed. Free if lo Lelhbrldge. C3108-INI Real Estate Sales-Person Required IMMEDIATELY Experience preferred but not essential. Guaranteed income and highest commission paid Apply in writing to P.O., Box 1U6, Lethbridge, Alberta. 1 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES steno- th CLERK-STENOGRAPHER The City of Leltiteldge clerk-Stenographer to perform graphic and clerical duties In community servlcei department, SALARY 1155 lo H76 monthly Applicant should be proficient In typln and experienced In stenographic an clerical worK. For further Information end eppllc tlon contact tha PERSONNEL OFFICE CITY HALL Applications will not be accepted aft September 23. 1972. S9A HOSP1TAI PERSONNEL WANTED ARM GROWN, YOUNG FRYING nd roasting chickens. 42 cenl) pt pan readyt on doxen lots. Free de very. Also custom Killlnp. H. Dyck oaldale. Phone WS-32M, Monday Sep ember to Friday, September 22 open only alkr 4 p.m. c 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES PUPPIES AND KITTENS. Iven away. 317-9121. NINE MONTH FEMALE OERMAI Shepherd. Phona after 5 p.m., 327-JW SIX WEEK OLD VJHITE TOY POO die. J3S. Phone 328-2492, alter 5 p.m REGISTERED COCKER SPANIE puppies from champion show iloc Phona 327-5317, evenings. 9'" REGISTERED BRITTANY SPANIE puppies. Phone G. A. Addy, 723-836 Taber. __86 GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS, CHAf plon bloodlines. Phone cr 3 tsoo. MS8- JOANNE'S POODLE AND PET CLI pfng service. For appointment phon AVE MONEY TO INVEST IN BUS.: NOTICE TO CREDITORS S wrilt "'-1 AND CLAIMANTS 8 IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERH ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE In Ihe Estate of HARVEY SCHWEIT- t> ANTED PRIVATE CON5TRUC on financing Cor fourplex. onstTucllon, W7-OHJ. tJDeatks, o Box 29d, or enquiries hone 554-4417. 9412-23 CONVEYOR TYPE CAR WASH ;ullv automallc, waler softener, water heater, vacuum cleaner. now only SJWXM, new price S103.000. Term nd guarantee. Trade accepted. 0, Herald. STORE BUILDING FOR SALE ON Taber, 24x98 It. MAIN STREET WINTERING CALVES V Ranch seeking larms wit appropriate facilities to winter group :alves. Blair Gay of 7S2-2648, intert5led, please ca Anvor.s v.'ith a drinking Phone CT-SIHJ or 3534: afler a.m. EMERY'S BOOKING- Dancn groups for all probl SERVICE _.. jccasions. Wed- Pnon. LARGE AUTOMOBILE AND FAR.1 mecJilrvery agency for sale. Good o portunlty. Owner reliring. Three fo agencies and large premises In gocd south central Alberla community. A rival turnover million. Write Box t SUBSTANTIAL INCOME FUU OR PART-TIME OWNER OPERATORS REQUIRED THIS AREA FOR NEW HIGH PROF VENDING EQUIPMENT {LOCATE SO per cenl bank finance. secured by equipment and your own. good credit raling. Reply to Box W, Herald. T EENS you living In your horn ing and help for you. Phine Jean 337-6541I, Marilyn XU-W! A Self-Divorce Kit For Only Phone 2S1-303J Or Write To: No 4207-ith St., S.W., calnsry r IMMf ARASE BUILDING, CEMENT orfc and sluccolnj. Anderson 11 nd renson Construcllon, 10M 7th Aye Phone 327.JM3. CH77-M CARPENTRY WOSK, REMODEL- repairing, etc. Town or" country. E and L Construcllon. Phone 35B.J077 or 32B-2137. C3620-tf RE: ZONING BYLAW NO. 2750 The following application for a velopment permit has approved bv ttie Municipal Planning CommJislcn on September 20, 72-721 E. Lilley to establish a home occupation Ireelance photographer, film producer and Him production service at S Sooth. Any person effected by the said decision may appeal s-Jch decision to the Development Appeal by delivering either persoiMlly or by Registered Mall, statement of the Grounds of appeal to reach the Office of the Clly Clerk In Ihe City Hall not later than Octoter Date; September 21, 1972. W. C. Cameron Development Officer ALL REPAIRS, ROOFING, AIDING, arane, kitchens, cablnels, balrv ooms, ceramic We, Town or coun- PJione 328-2011. C AND J EQUIPMENT RENTALS Sravel leveling. Compaction equip- itnl. Concrete equipment, corral -leaning. Phone Ave. S. luiprnt S69 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Esfalo of THOi-AAS G1LE (ate ot the City cf in tl Province cf Alterta, who dted c the 16th day of July A.D. 1972, TAKE NOTICE that all hav- ing claims upon the estate Ihe above named musr file with the under- signed solicitors by the 23rd day of Octcfcer A.D. 1972 a full statement ol their claims and of securities held by them. RICE, MACLEAN, BABKI AND EVANS Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce Lettibrldge, Alterla Solicitors for Executrix. PAYNE Friday, Septem- ber 22, 1972, Mrs. Charlotte Catherine Payne, aged 63 years, of 2631 23 Avenue S.W. Calgary. Born at Brant, Al- berta she lived at Vtiican, Whis- key Gap, Woolford and Spring Coulee before moving to Card- ston after her marriage in 1934. She had been a resident of Cal- gary since 1970. Mrs. Payne was active In the Relief Society and Primary of The Church o! Jesus Christ of the Latter-day Saints and was a member o: Calgary Fourth Ward. She is survived by a son, Delbert Cardston; two daughters, Mrs John (Barbara) Kristensen Calgary and Miss Ann Payne Foremost, Alberta; five grand children; her mother, Mrs. Rea Ernst, Calgary; and two sis ters, Mrs. Kenneth (Lenore Martin, Golden, B.C. and Mrs Margaret Jessop, Calgary, Sh Two tired eyes are resting, two willing hauds are still, I Tha one who always worked Tommy Purdy and so hard, is resting at family. I God's will. 95191 God saw you getting tired, He knew you needed rest. His garden must be beautiful, He always takes the best. Fleming and family. 9568 567 '65. U10 2nd C6OT-II FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements ;ured, FENCE CONSTRUCTION AND RE- PAIR, MISCELLANEOUS BUILDING, CEMENT WORK, ALL TYPES HAUL- ING. PHONE 317-5087, ALL REPAIRS CARPENTRY, reeling speclatlllng In chlmnevi, brick, cement blocks, cement finishing, sluc- FENCES. SIDEWALKS, PATIOS, driveways, garages, cupboards, fram- ing, finishing and form work. Free es- timates. loo J493. Guaranteed workmanship. Mo small. Phone 373-0987 or OPPORTUNITY OFFERING RARE OPPORTUNITY lo learn Itie Isalously guarded secrets e-f porcelain arvd Iwirlcom "Oils unique profession riters an un- limited security and revenue potenti wilh the fealuro of wofXing from any location. Those dealerships are com- wilh Training and equipment. able terms BJ-e available. Write Box 67, Herald for further delslls. 9261-3S _ BATHROOMS, rooms, recrealion REMODELLING kitchens, living INSTALLATION Aluminum windows end doars, rosllng and siding. FREE ESTIMATES ADVANCE LUMBER CO. LTD. Cor. 5nd Ave.. 13lh_.St._s_., Lelhbrtdge NOTICE TO TENDERS DISTRICT OF SPARWOOD Seated Tenders for the Conslruclion of Aspnaltlc Hot Mix Surfacing, and Concrete Curb and Culler tor the District ol SMnvocd, addressed to the Clerk, will be received at the District Office, District of Sparwood up to PM, MIXT., Octctsr 11, 1973. 'Trie Includes Jhe following ap- proximate quantities: Tons Asphaltlc Hot Mix Tons Crushed, Base Grave! II n. It. Concrete Curb plus Gutter Copies cf Ihe drawings and spaclfl- catlons may be ofclalne.-! from 1he oHIces of the cortsulling engineers upon a deposit cf 50.00 dollars In cheque, made payatte to 1he engineers. Tenders musl tc accompanied by a certified cheque cr bid bond in Ihe amount c( len of the total tender price payable lo tha Distrkt of Ttmtfej-ers are also required to supply a consenl of surety form In an amount equal 1o fitly cf the conlract The owner reserves the right lo waive Infermalilies in, or refect any or all tenders, or to accept the lender deemed most lavorafcle in tte inter- est cf the Owner. Miss L. fAontemurro. Cle.'V, Distrld cf P.O- 63X 520, Sparwcod- British Columbia 11-in arid Asscclnles Limited, Consulting I3 s! ona I Engineers; 401 Mayor Magra1 h Drive, Lethbritlgc, Alcerla. 25JO Kensington Rd. Calgary, Alccrra, NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the EElale or FRANK HENRY WEST, late cf lha Clly of Lelhbridf- in the Province of Alterta. Vfldow Deceased, died on the 23rd day of August, A.D. 1972. TAKE NOTICE that all persons hiv. Ing claims upon Ihe eslale of the above named must file with Ives, Offet and carleton at 204 Schwartz Building, 324 7th Elreet South, Lclh- brldcje. Alberta, by Ihe 30lh day of October, 1972, a full stalement cf their claims and of securities held by them. IVES, OFFET CARLETON solicitors lor Ihe Executor of lha Estate cf Frank Henry West was predeceased by her bus Burton, in April 197 Services at the Alberta Stak Chapel, Cardston on Tuesday a p.m. Bishop Donald Sha of the Cardston Third Ward o The Church of Jesus Christ Latter-day Sainis officialin Interment Cardston Cemeter In lieu of flowers, if friends d sire, donations may be made [he Canadian Cancer Soeiet 235 7th Avenue S: E. Calgan CHRISTENSEN SALMON F NERAL HOME LTD., Direc- tors ol Funeral Sen-ice. HEITER The family wish o express their heartfelt grati- ude and sincere thanks to their many friends, neighbors and elatives who through their kind 1 cts were so helpful in the re- ent bereavement of tbedr mother, grandmother and great- randmoiher. The cards, food! nd flowers were deeply appre- ciated. A special thanks to Rev. Schoepp for his comforting ser- vice, the pallbearers and the kind ladies of the Lutheran church who prepared and Can't keep them down on the farm red lunch at the diurch after] tho service. and Mrs. Emil Reiter I OTTAWA (CP) More than [half of million i lived in 22 metropolitan I areas In 1971, Statistics Canada and family, reported in a publica- Mr. and Mrs. Ed Reiter and tion iabulating population by family, age groups. Mrs. Helen Stacbolski, 1 Metropolitan' areas, by census Mr. Carl Reiter. definition, includo any city and 9521 its surrounding suburbs with a population of more than There were 19 metropolitan Phone 33S-3301 C4037-1OCI plete 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS DRYWALLING, TAPING. SPRAYING ceilings, repair worn. Pnona KIRBY VACUUM SALES AND SER- VICE -KIR BY COMPANY OF LETH- BRIDGE 37SB942. C3WMI SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber stamps, corporate sea1' daters, etc. Sameday service. 1 Jni S. Phone _C695 COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL WINDOW CLEANING, LIGHT FIX- TURE C L F. A N I N G AND EAVES- TROUGH CLEANING. PHONE 326- MAYTAG SALES AND_SERVICE SER. vices on an makes of washers and dryers, automatic cr ccn ell small appliances, ._. Irons vacuum cleaners, elc. No lob too large cr too small. APPLIANCE, 505 3rd Ave. S.-r 337 C7353-1 CHAIN SAWS MOTOR MOWER PARTS AND SERVICE PHONE 377-2W? BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES EARN MONEY IN SPARE TIME Wen or Women to re-slock and col- from New Type hfgh quality oln-operated dispensers in your area. !o selling. To qualify, musl have car, references, to cash. Seven 12 hours weefcly ccn nst cxceUen! More full lime. We estab- ish your route. Tor personal Inter- Including phsne number: B. V. DISTRIBUTORS LIMITED Dept. "A" 1U7 Tecumseh Road, East WINDSOR M, Ontario. 74 LOANS INVESTMENTS TO BUY PLEASE READ YOUR AD Adver Users should read ad- vertlserr.enls and REPORT ERRORS in 1lme lor tfw next Inscrllon. The Herald Is only responsible for Ihs ffrsl tncorrec: insertion. PUBLIC NOTICE Schwartz Agencies 0972) Ltd, Ctllega Mall, Phone 3IS-3331 ResTdenlial, Commercial properties. Facrns and ranches, CHy cr Towi, Lov.-esl Interest rates available. Flrsl and second rr.orlgages. RE: ZONING BYLAW NO. 2750 The following application for de- velopment permit has been approved by Ihe Development 71-725 E. Unlck to establish home occupaUcn office arvd ptxns servke only for a acrveral eonlractor at 2-101 13 Avenue North. Any person afreeled by the said decision may appeal such decision to ihe Development Appeal Board by Mali, statement of Ihe delivering either personal! H._jnds of appeal to reach the Office of Ihe City Clerk In 1he City Hall not later 1hsn Octoter t, Date: September 31, 1972. W. C, Cameron Develcpmtrit Officer TENDERS FOR GENERAL CONTRACT FOR MOBILE HOME PARK IMPROVEMENT KNIGHT-SCHMIDT INDUSTRIES LTD. MEDICINE HAT, ALBERTA Sealed trnders addressed fo Knight- Schmidl industries lor "Mobilo Horns Park Improvement for Medians will be received up fo 2 o'clock P.M. Mountain Standard Time, Ocfober 'separate lenders are to be submitted for each Section. a. Sidewalks and curbs b. Sewer and water lines and related works c. Electrical Installation cf wcond- ary pawer lines and related works d. Street Grading and paving Plans, Specifications and Tender Forms may be obtained en application, to Hogg, Munro and Associates Ltd., 747 3rd Street S. E. P.O. Box 970, Medicine Hat, Alberts, and will te available to Contractors, on deposit of Twenly Dollars (130.00) which will refunded when Plans and are relumed complete and In flocc order, not Eater lhan fourleon days afler closlrvq date of tenders, olherwlse the deposit shall be forfeit Each tender must te accompanied by a Certified Cheque for an amoun of nol less than of tfie lender 01 a Bid Bond 1n 1he amount of 0 thft lender. Certified Cheques are to be made payabta fo KnlgM-Schmld Ltd. The successful tenderer will fee re culrerf to provide a Certified ehequ. (or tf the contract or a performance Bxvd. The lowest or any tender will no Neceswrlly Accepted. S74 NOTICE'TO TENDER Sealed Tenders for Ihe construction of polyethylene lining of approximately lineal feet of Lateral "H" irri- gation canal In Sections 1, 12, and 14-15-1B-J near Enchant, Alterta, will be received at trie cffice of 1ha Irrigation District up to p.m., local time, Oclober 6, 3972. Security will be required- Copies cf 1ha drav.'- ings nnd, specific aliens may be oo- tained from Ihe Irrigation District w from "Alberta-Waler Resources Division, Ad minis! ration Building, Leltv bridge, en or alter Septem- ber 25, 1972 upon deposit or in cheque, made payable to the Board of Directors. The Beard reserves the right to reject any or all "The Board c-f Directors The Bow River Irrigation District Enchant, Alberta. 562 FUNERALS KIRKHAM Funeral ser- ce fov Donald Loygheed Kirk- ham, well known Letlihridge spoilsman and businessman who died at home Monday, Sept. 18, W72, after a long Illness at the age of 52 years, was held at p.m. Thursday in McKillop United Church with Rev. Blake Anderson officiating. Active jallbearers were George, Tom, 'hil and Jim Kirkham, Navies and Doug Boyer. Hon- orary pallbearers were Don Wilson, iNliller Arnold, Al Ken- wood, Glen Tolestrup, Don Rice, Jim McNally, Ken Ringland and Tom Hunt. Cremation fol- lowed. Martin Bros. Ltd., Dir- ectors of Funeral Sen-ice, was in charge of tha arrangements. MclNTYHE I wish to ex- press my sincere thanks to rel- atives, friends, and neighbors for their kindness and assistence Ehown me, in the recent loss of my beloved husbsad. Your ex- pressions of sympathy in gifts of flowers, cards, letters, food and special donations were deeply appreciated. My sincere Uianks to Rev. Bruce Fyke and Rev. John Wood for their comforting words, and to the doctors, nurses and staff of tfie Claresliolm Hospital for their kiralncss and care given our oved one. My special Uianks to the soloist, choir, organist, Mas- onic Lodge, Eastern Star, pall- bearers and Leyden's Funeral Home, and to all who provided and served lunch. Your thought- fulness will always be remem- bered. Meryl Mclntyre OhanvMon. 953 areas when tho last such cen- sus was taken hi 1966. The three new centres include the Chicoufimi-Jonquiere area in Quebec, St. Catharines-Niagara and Thunder Bay in Ontario. The population as a whola was divided 55 per cent to 45 per cent between the 22 metro- areas and the rest of Canada. On an age basis, the gap was narrower among young chil- ren and older people. Only 52 cent of children from in- aney to 14 and adults over 65 ived in the 22 centres but tho igure was 57 per cent of those Ktween IS and 64. For those between 20 and 44, It was 60 cent. NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS 114 THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE n the Estate Of THOMAS HANZLIK Ihcrwite known as TOM HAN2UIK 1o of Lethbridgo, AlterTa, whff d! i tho 3Jih July, TAKE NOTICE lhal all persons hav- ng claims upon tha estate ol lha above amed must fife wilh Ihe undersigned Solicitcr by 1he 35lh of October, a full sfaternent of Ihelr and cf securilies held by them, JOHN VASELENAK, Q.C Suite O. Bldg.. Lelhbriclge. AKffta, TU !S< Solicitor for the Executrixes Glzcira Hanillfc and Helen Efliabelh Hanjlik. HANCHUK Requiem mass for Mrs. Eileen Elfrieda Han- chuk, beloved wife of William C. Hanchuk of 113 19th St. N. who died at Calgary Monc'ay, Sept. 18, 1972, at the age of 55 years, was said at 1 p.m. Thurs- day in St. Basil's Roman Cath- olic Church with Rev. F. Laverty the celebrant. Pall- bearers were Allen, Rob- ert Thomson, Robert Westland, Dave Akaki, James Stewart and Roy Landy. Interment was in the Mount Calvary section of Mountain View Cemetery. Mar- tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu- neral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT Of ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE In the Estale of ANNA JOROIS MO- VOLD late of In the Prov- ince cf Alberla, who died on 3C1h day of June A.D. 1W. TAKE NOTICE that all persons t Ing claims upon the estate of the above named must file with undersigned solicitors by the 53rd day ot Oclober a full statement of their claims and of securities held fcy them. PATERSON AND HUZIL Mayer Magralh Drive Lethbfidge, Alberta Solicitors for Administratrix HEITEtl Funeral service for Mrs. Emily Reiter, beloved wife of tho lale Mr. Charles Reiter who died in tho cily Tuesday, Sept. 12, 1072, niter a brief illness at the age of 90 years, was held at p.m. Friday in Martin Bros. Mem- orial Chapel, 703 13th St. N., with Pastor W. Schoepp offi- ciating. Pallbearers were N. M. (Clure) Oliver, Archie War- ren, Lome McDonald, Ed Pich- ler, Andy Aim and Everett Eorgard. Interment was in the family plot in Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Sen-ice, was in charge of tlie arrange- 1 ments. HANDLEY A very sincere thank you to the doctors, nurses and staff of the IxffibdOg Municipal Hospital, Calgary Foothills Hospital and the Cran- brook Hospital for the specia care and kindness shown to Alice. A special thank you t Kathryn Mongomery for he help, to Ray and Sharon Koe- nen for the use of their horn afler the service, lo Reverend Albert Baldeo and Bill Calder- wood for Ihe outstanding eulogy to Alice, to Martin Brothers for their understanding and effi- cient service, to Mrs. Ed Reiter for her beautiful solo; to the pallbearers, honorary pall- bearers, ushers and recep- tionists; to all the people who visited at the hospiial, sent cards, flowers, donations of food, or helped in any way, to comfort Alice, and ease our burden. Dick and Sheila and family Beverley, Eric and family Doris, May, Betty and families Lester and Phyllis and family, Vitamin C cuts down illness TORONTO (CP) A Univer- sity of Toronto research team has discovered during a volun- teer test program that vitamin C apparently can reduce 111- A group of 400 who took one gram of the vitamin daily for three months suffered 30 per cent fewer days of physical dis- ability than another 400 who didn't take the vitamin. Mildred family and Don and 956S IN MEMORIAM BENDER In loving mem- ory of Jakob Bender, who pass- ed away sitddenly September 23, I960. A thought, a prayer, a tear, Then a silent wish that you were here. remembered and sad- ly missed by his family. 1667 The vitamin C usevs also had nine per cent fewer colds. Findings of the test program were published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal. Dr. Terry Anderson of the school of hygiene headed the learn. "Our findings that vitamin C reduces days of sickness dis- ability due to all causes were entirely he said. Deaths yesterday F. H. Deacon, 91, daughter of H. R. Emmer- son, premier of New Brunswick between 1897 and 1900 and widow of Col. Frederick H. Deacon, who founded the bro- kerage firm of F. Deacon and Co. in 1897. New Wright, 72, wife ol Associated Press special correspondent Relman Morin and artist whose textile designs won international prizes. Paris Pierre-Henry Simon, 69, notec! writer and critic, member of the French Academy, after an operation. ;